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F-35: Tett industrisamarbeid mellom Norge og USA


Category: Defense / Security

Regjeringen legger stor vekt på å opprettholde og videreutvikle samarbeidet mellom norsk og amerikansk industri knyttet til anskaffelsen av nye kampfly. Målsettingen for industrisamarbeidet er, og over tid, sikre nasjonal verdiskaping i samme størrelsesorden som flyenes anskaffelseskostnad. Norges deltakelse i utviklingsfasen har gitt norsk industri anledning til å konkurrere om deleproduksjon til fly og motor, og har […]

Source: Ministry of Defence

Published: June 15, 2018


Europe’s Largest Aluminum Producer Is Dodging US Tariffs


Category: Government

Norway, Europe’s largest producer of aluminum, is counting its blessings that only a minuscule amount of the metal it ships abroad is sold to the U.S. About 97% of Norway’s 31.9 billion kroner ($4 billion) in aluminum exports last year to European markets, while only 0.2 percent was sent to the U.S., Statistics Norway said […]

Source: Bloomberg

Published: June 12, 2018


Norway is the Second Safest Country in the World


Category: Culture / Lifestyle

Norway tops on Gallup’s Law and Order Index, a worldwide gauge of people’s sense of personal security and their personal experiences with crime and law enforcement. Today global analytics and advice firm Gallup released its annual update on global perceptions of security. Norway ranks second in the world for security on Gallup’s Law and Order […]

Source: The Nordic Page

Published: June 7, 2018


Microsoft to Deliver Intelligent Cloud from Norway Datacenters


Category: Technology

Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday announced plans to further expand its significant and growing investment in cloud computing in Europe by delivering the intelligent Microsoft Cloud from two new datacenter regions in Norway: one in the greater Stavanger region and the other in Oslo. The Microsoft Cloud, comprising Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics 365, will […]

Source: Microsoft Corp.

Published: June 20, 2018


Equinor Offered Seven Licenses in Norway’s 24th Licensing Round


Category: Energy

STAVANGER — The Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has offered Equinor seven licenses in the 24th licensing round – five operatorships and two partner positions. “We have a clear ambition of maintaining profitable production at today’s level on the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) until 2030 and beyond. It is therefore crucial that we are awarded […]

Source: World Oil

Published: June 18, 2018